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1-788-164-21 is the diffuser and 2-635-878-11. The screen is made of to pieces the lenticular and fresnel screens.

Sony KDF-E60A20... | Answered on Apr 01, 2010


This tv takes 10 seconds to turn on. Are saying that after you get a picture it then shuts off . If so replace the lamp.

Sony KDF-E60A20... | Answered on Apr 01, 2010


U can't take out screen,it screws in as part of the LCD screen.Just take a soft cotton cloth,soap it with some water rinse it,gently clean ur LCD screen.

Sony KDF-E60A20... | Answered on Apr 01, 2010


hello the lamp most likely is going bad once the set comes on the lamp light won't come on to tell you it's bad but the amount of times the light blinks in a row tells us whats going on. you need to clean with a vaccume the vent areas on the back cover to make sure the fans can cool it properly (never use canned air our blow any thing into the tv, it could blow dust onto the optics and cause a distortion in your picture-little splotches) just order a sony lamp and put back in the tv, some after market lamps can cause a lamp driver board failure and that will take a tech to fix.thanks.....techman

Sony KDF-E60A20... | Answered on Apr 01, 2010


Yes I would replace the lamp. 5 yrs is unusally long lamp life.

Sony KDF-E60A20... | Answered on Mar 28, 2010


It seems that problem is originated outside of your TV. Like cable box or sattelite equipment. Try to connect DVD player in good working condition to some input using different cable and compare picture. If you will see absolutely same issue - than your TV can have problem with Optical Block.

Sony KDF-E60A20... | Answered on Mar 25, 2010


sounds like possibly an optical engine failure.

Sony KDF-E60A20... | Answered on Mar 23, 2010


Your blue LCD panel has gasped it's final breathe. Unfortunately, this is not something that can be repaired at a component level in the field. Your TV requires the Optical Block Assembly to be replaced in order to restore it to it's former glory. HOWEVER, due to the part cost and labor fees... you should spend this money on a new TV and put the balance of the unspent money back in to your pocket... this repair would be too costly to pursue. The part is about $1000 with an $1100 core charge. PN: A-1132-204-A

Sony KDF-E60A20... | Answered on Mar 15, 2010


How long back you changed the lamp? If it was a year or two, its at its life's end and due for change.this should resolve your problem

Sony KDF-E60A20... | Answered on Mar 13, 2010


Check your tv lamp its at the end of its life. If its around a year plus old, change it.Check at www.fixurtvs.com.

Sony KDF-E60A20... | Answered on Mar 13, 2010


Your lamp is about to pack up. change it. Check out at www.fixurtvs.com

Sony KDF-E60A20... | Answered on Mar 13, 2010


Lamp inside of your TV set is nearing end of lifespan. Replace it.

Sony KDF-E60A20... | Answered on Mar 10, 2010


Lamp is almost dead. Replace the lamp.

Sony KDF-E60A20... | Answered on Mar 10, 2010


Lamp inside of your TV set is almost dead. Replace it.

Sony KDF-E60A20... | Answered on Mar 10, 2010


I'm having a similar problem on another tv. I don't know about yours specifically, but it has something to do on the board inside, near the power supply. There is a part called a flyback which has about 12 solders, and the fix requires resoldering those leads, and possibly replacing a fuse, a diode, and a capacitor.

Sony KDF-E60A20... | Answered on Mar 01, 2010


Your lamp could be burnt out. The tv will keep retrying to start for a few times then will shut down. remove the lamp and see if it looks burnt. When you replace it you will also have to reset the lamp timer. check your manual to see how to reset.

Sony KDF-E60A20... | Answered on Feb 14, 2010


It sounds like you do not have the red component cable firmly inserted. I had this problem on my first HD TV, when the green component cable popped out when I moved the TV back in place, and the picture was desaturated of any green, causing my wife to remark, "That sure doesn't look like HD..." I reinserted the green component cable, and the picture was excellent. Check those component cables.

Sony KDF-E60A20... | Answered on Feb 13, 2010


turn off all auto updates in the digtal menu settings ( advanced settings )

Sony KDF-E60A20... | Answered on Feb 10, 2010


Try this...... Remove the front panel to access the bulb. There are 2 screws on either side of the tv right behind the screen. You may be able to remove them with just your hands. It will make sense when you see them. Once they are loose the panel will pop off. There are 2 magnets that help hold it on, so just pull gently. In the middle you'll see a another scew that you need to loosen. Slide the bar off, remove the cover and you'll see the black box that holds your bulb. There is an allen screw on the left side that will need to be loosened. Once that is loose, the whole unit slides out. Is the top of the vent screen really dirty? If it is, flip it over and try dusting it off with a soft brush, maybe a tooth brush. Try to keep most of the dust out of the bulb itself though, just be gentle. Pop it back in with the reverse order.......

Sony KDF-E60A20... | Answered on Feb 10, 2010


XL-2400 is a suitable replacement

Sony KDF-E60A20... | Answered on Feb 04, 2010

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